Dolby showcases 2017 sound editing and sound mixing Oscar nominees

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If you’re like most people, you watch the Oscars each year and are never quite sure what the difference between sound editing and sound mixing is. Not to worry: Dolby has your back on this and other subjects related to sound production. Dolby’s Glenn Kiser, Senior Director of the Dolby Institute, has recorded a series of podcast interviews with artists nominated for Best Sound Editing and Best Sound Mixing at this year’s Oscars. 

Among the interviewees are: La La Land’s Steve Morrow (Production Sound Mixer), Ai-Ling Lee and Mildred Iatrou (Supervising Sound Editors); Arrival’s Sylvain Bellemare (Supervising Sound Editor) and Bernard Gariépy Strobl (Sound Mixer); Deepwater Horizon’s Renée Tondelli (Supervising Sound Editor); Hacksaw Ridge’s Robert Mackenzie and Andy Wright (Supervising Sound Editor and Mixers); Sully’s Alan Murray (Supervising Sound Editor); and 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi’s Greg Russell, Gary Summers and Jeffrey Haboush (sound mixers). 

 

Give the interviews a listen—links and more information are available on Dolby’s website—and you can find out more about the difference between doing sound design for, say, a throwback musical and a gritty war film. And you just might help your Oscar ballots in the process.